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Are you brave enough to try our Victorian mince pie recipe? Mrs Crocombe has been making traditional mincemeat in the kitchens at Audley End House and Gardens and it has one rather unusual ingredient... [ Eht.to Link ]
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yesterday at 19:00. Facebook
Set on a hilltop and exposed to the elements, Housesteads Roman Fort (Hadrian's Wall) often sees harsh winters. Luckily, Romans stationed here had a number of ways to ensure they kept warm, and we're well prepared for winter visitors too. If it's been raining heavily enough, you can even watch a Roman toilet flush!

How did the Romans cope with snow?

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yesterday at 10:28. Facebook
From an adventure playground to a wall walk with amazing views, discover why Bolsover Castle makes a fantastic family day out.

Bolsover: a castle built with fun in mind!

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English Heritage
12/07/2016 at 07:00. Facebook
Over 5,000 years ago, our ancestors built what would become one of the world's most iconic monuments. Stonehenge has many mysteries which we're still trying to uncover today. Discover what we know (and what we don't!) about this incredible place.

Spotlight on Stonehenge

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English Heritage
12/06/2016 at 18:01. Facebook
Parliamentary privilege grants certain legal immunities for MPs, and can be traced back to a particularly nasty 16th century gaol.

Lydford Law and Parliamentary privilege

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English Heritage
12/06/2016 at 07:00. Facebook
A new series of Digging for Britain airs tonight on BBC4, featuring an excavation held over the summer at Tintagel Castle. Findings include imported late-Roman amphorae and pottery from modern day Turkey, supporting the claim that Tintagel was a prosperous community with links to the Mediterranean world.
English Heritage
12/05/2016 at 14:00. Facebook
A major new exhibition is coming to Hadrian's Wall! Explore the story of the Roman army's horseback riders through a range of remarkable objects, including ornate helmets, armour and weapons on loan from museums from around the world.

Don't miss Hadrian's Cavalry in 2017!

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12/05/2016 at 07:00. Facebook
Can’t decide where to spend the holidays? Enjoy a stay in one of our unique cottages and get the family together in some of the most historic locations in the country!

Why not spend the festive season with us?

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English Heritage
12/04/2016 at 19:00. Facebook
We often say "if walls could talk" - but wallpaper can actually tell us more stories than we might imagine! We've explored the Archaeological Collections Store at Wrest Park to discover what we can learn about history through studying wallpaper.

Why is wallpaper worth collecting?

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12/04/2016 at 12:00. Facebook
Edith Cavell was born on this day in 1865. A heroine of the First World War, Cavell trained as a nurse at the London Hospital, where her blue plaque now stands. She saved countless lives from both sides during the conflict before being executed by German forces.

Edith Cavell (1865-1915)

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English Heritage
12/03/2016 at 11:00. Facebook
Apparently, we eat an average of 27 mince pies each every year! From meat to sweet, this festive favourite has gone through quite a transformation...

A history of the mince pie

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English Heritage
12/02/2016 at 17:00. Facebook
Many of our favourite Christmas traditions, from trees to turkeys, were made fashionable in the 19th century by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. This winter, why not experience a Victorian Christmas for yourself at Osborne House?

How did Victoria and Albert popularise Christmas?

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Traditionally hung over doorways as a gesture of goodwill, welcome your guests by making your own Tudor kissing bough this Christmas.

Make your own Tudor Christmas bough

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How often did the Romans use siege weapons during their invasion of Britain? One skull discovered at Maiden Castle shows the square piercing of a quadrangular ballista-bolt – a painful way to go. But does this mean there was a massive Roman massacre at the Iron Age hillfort?

Roman invasion at Maiden Castle

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This Giving Tuesday, we’d like to say thank you to all our supporters! Your help makes a difference every day – and will continue to do so for years to come.
We're recording a special festive edition of our podcast and we need your help! What have you always wanted to know about Christmas traditions? Let us know in the comments below and we might feature your question.
Have you seen our latest vacancies? We're currently looking for a Head of Operations in Cornwall, a PR Manager in the North of England and a London-based Head Gardener! [ Eht.to Link ]

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Whitby Abbey looks even more spectacular from the air! [ Eht.to Link ]
Jimi Hendrix was born on this day in 1942. His London home in Mayfair was coincidentally next door to where the 18th century composer Handel once lived. To a journalist he once quipped “I didn’t even know this was Handel’s pad. And, to tell you the God’s honest truth, I haven’t heard much of the fella’s stuff.”

Jimi Hendrix and a curious blue plaque pairing

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During the medieval period, poems and songs informed the public in the way a Hollywood movie ‘based on a true story’ can today. Just like a film, these accounts could be exaggerated and inaccurate – but they give us an insight into how medieval people saw their own past. We've explored three popular stories about the events of 1066:

Did King Harold survive the Battle of Hastings?

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